Canadian Policy Research Networks
Ottawa, OT, Canada
CPRN's mission is to create knowledge and lead public debate on social and economic issues important to the wellbeing of Canadians. With the goal of helping to make Canada a more just, prosperous, and caring society, CPRN brings together governments, unions, corporations, NGOs, voluntary organizations, academics, and other think tanks to form a network of users and researchers for each of its research programs. CPRN provides a neutral space that frees all of these players to engage directly in the research process and benefit from "real time" knowledge transfer. CPRN currently operates four networks in the areas of family, health, public involvement, and work. Since CPRN opened its doors, thousands of people have participated in roundtables, workshops, dialogues, and advisory committee meetings. More than 100 departments and private organizations have funded the work, and hundreds of researchers from more than 20 universities have taken part in research projects using CPRN's networking to its full capabilities.
Contact email: information_services AT cprn.org
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Data notesRating of data accuracy (find out more): Imported
Data sources consulted: NIRA Think Tank Directory,Organisation´s entry in wikipedia